Professional Information
Minah
Nkosi
Occupational Health Nurse Advisor
Octopus Healthcare Services Ltd
Education, Honors & Awards
Wolverhampton University
Masters Degree, Occupational Health (2008)
Minor- BAcur
University Of South Africa
Nursing Administration,Community Nursing (1994)
Yes
Nampak Accolades-best annual OHP 2013 Distinction Nursing Diploma 1979
Personal Information
United Kingdom
SUTTON
*South African Society of Occupational Health Nurses Nursing Midwifery Council
Travel Cooking Reading
Married in 1979, with four grown up children and five grandchildren loving and God fearing closely knit family
Specialist Health Practitioner, Midwife, Community health practitioner, Nurse educator
More than 25 years
Minah Nkosi has over 35 years of experience in her current field. She owns her own company that has been open since 2012. She intends to works with small companies that can’t afford occupational health services, primary health, antenatal health care, post-natal health care, wound care, treatment of minor ailments . She has a Master’s degree in Primary Health and Occupational Health from Wolverhampton University from the UK . She belongs to the Society of Occupational Health Practitioners in South Africa, Nursing and Midwifery Council Part 1 & 3. She is part of the Royal College Nurses. In the next few years she would like to retire and start giving back more to her country. In her free time she enjoys traveling, reading, cooking and time with family and reading. She is looking forward to networking and connecting with other like-minded professionals, and to gaining the recognition and credibility of being a member.
Occupational Health and Wellbeing Magazine
Occupational Health Nursing Primary Health Care Nursing Clinical Nursing Instruction/Preceptorship
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